Step By Step 2x09 The Making of the President.divx
Step By Step 2x10 Virgin Territory.divx
Step By Step 2x11 Back to Basics.divx
Step By Step 2x12 Boys Will Be Boys.divx
Step By Step 2x13 If I Were a Rich Man.divx
Step By Step 2x14 Happy Birthday, Baby.divx
Step By Step 2x15 One of the Guys.divx
Step By Step 2x16 No Business Like Show Business.divx
Step By Step 2x17 Love, Port Washington Style.divx
Step By Step 2x18 Aloha (1).divx
Step By Step 2x19 Aloha (2).divx
Step By Step 2x20 No Way to Treat a Lady.divx
Step By Step 2x21 The Un-Natural.divx
Step By Step 2x22 The Psychic.divx
Step By Step 2x23 This Old House.divx
Step By Step 2x24 Double Date.divx
[size=4]Step By Step Season 2[/size]
Step By Step was a sitcom drama show that featured the life of Frank Lambert and Carol Foster as they moved in with each other to be a happy couple. While Carol's children Dana, Karen and Mark are not enjoying Frank's family, either are Al, J.T. and Brendan. Both Frank and Carol have ignored the discourse between the the kids and continued being happy together. When Frank's nephew, Cody Lambert comes along the picture, it seems that he feels the family is cool to be with along with Carol and her family too. Even though they never liked each other in past, soon they all realize that they finally have gotten along with each other as a real family.
The series was one of ABC's TGIF's most proud family show along with Family Matters in the 1990's. Which served a big demenstartion on how two families come together to form a big family of respect, love and support. In the seventh season of the series, it moved to CBS along with Family Matters for a new chapter, but ended in 1998. Never the less, Step By Step was the sitcom about chances to make a new life with a new family.
Step By Step Season 2
Episode 1: S.A.T. Blues (Sep/18/1992)
Dana is shocked and upset when Cody scores higher than she does on the SAT's.
Guest Stars: Kathy Kinney (1) as The Proctor
Episode 2: To B or Not to Be (Sep/25/1992)
Carol and Frank confront JT's English teacher about her unfair grading practices after Frank spends all night helping JT prepare for an essay on Hamlet.
Guest Stars: Pat Crawford Brown as Mrs. Hill
Episode 3: Stuck on You (Oct/02/1992)
Frank is jealous when Al spends all her free time with a friend's dad who seems to be good at everything. Meanwhile, Karen convinces JT to let her give him a makeover so he can get a date with a popular girl.
Guest Stars: Carl Ciarfalio as Ted, Jamie Lynn Grenham as Lori, Devon Odessa as Judy
Episode 4: JT's World (Oct/09/1992)
A female guest causes conflict between JT and Cody while making their cable access television show.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Berkley as Lisa
Episode 5: It's a Dog's Life (Oct/16/1992)
The kids convince a reluctant Carol to let them look after a vacationing neighbor's St. Bernard, but it's Carol who grows attached to the huge dog!
Guest Stars: George Hirschmann as Ed Higgins, Marsha Clark (1) as Joan Higgins
Episode 6: The Boss (Oct/23/1992)
Dana lets the power go to her head when she's hired as the assistant manager of the new 50's-themed diner where Karen and JT are waiting tables.
Guest Stars: Al Molinaro as Joe Passarelli, Devon Gummersall as Billy, Jason Strickland as Scott
Episode 7: Model Daughter (Oct/30/1992)
Carol's overprotective parenting embarrasses Karen at her first big modeling gig in Chicago. Back home, Frank is run ragged taking care of a houseful of kids with the flu.
Guest Stars: Paula Trickey as Cindy, Lisa Inouye as Marie, Oliver Muirhead as Geoffrey Howell
Episode 8: Someone to Watch Over Me (Nov/06/1992)
Frank is concerned when Dana accepts a date with an older guy widely rumored to pressure girls into having sex. Meanwhile, JT persuades Brenden to do his chore of waxing Frank's truck, but has him use a cheap, off-brand product that eats the paint.
Guest Stars: Michael Landes as Mike Walters
Episode 9: The Making of the President (Nov/13/1992)
When Dana and JT both run for Student Body President, their rivalry quickly divides the household along party lines.
Guest Stars: Marty Belafsky as Clark, Chris Demetral as Steve, Jack L. Harrell as Principal Webber
Episode 10: Virgin Territory (Nov/20/1992)
When Frank's cholesterol test result is high, Carol puts him on a healthy diet plan. JT and Cody double date with sisters who have a reputation for being easy, but Cody shocks JT when he chooses to remain pure rather than go back to the girls' place at the end of the night.
Guest Stars: Judith Jones (1) as Kimmy Peterson, Samantha Mills as Kelly Peterson
Episode 11: Back to Basics (Dec/04/1992)
Carol cuts all luxuries from the family budget when a very overdue rental video she finds under Brendan's bed costs the family over $80 in fees. The other kids harshly blame and criticize Brendan for causing the severe new policy, and he runs away from home.
Episode 12: Boys Will Be Boys (Dec/11/1992)
Guest Stars: Philip Charles MacKenzie (1) as Scooter Randolph
Episode 13: If I Were a Rich Man (Jan/08/1993)
Episode 14: Happy Birthday, Baby (Jan/15/1993)
Episode 15: One of the Guys (Jan/22/1993)
Episode 16: No Business Like Show Business (Feb/05/1993)
Episode 17: Love, Port Washington Style (Feb/12/1993)
Guest Stars: Kelly Packard as Marcia
Episode 18: Aloha (1) (Feb/19/1993)
Episode 19: Aloha (2) (Feb/26/1993)
Episode 20: No Way to Treat a Lady (Mar/12/1993)
Episode 21: The Un-Natural (Apr/02/1993)
Episode 22: The Psychic (Apr/30/1993)
Episode 23: This Old House (May/07/1993)
Episode 24: Double Date (May/21/1993)
Guest Stars: Christine Belford as Eileen Donovan, Matt Nolan as Freddie Donovan